To be sure, under the contemporary misconception of “tolerance,” which supposes that one must not only tolerate sin of every stripe, but refuse to call it even that, Christ was (and is) intolerant indeed. Rather than admonishing the adulterous woman to, “Go now and leave your life of sin” (see John 8:11), postmodernism, to include the moral relativist yeast that leavens the body of Christ, demands, at once, that our never-changing Lord change the unchangeable: “Go now and continue your life of sin.”Read more ›
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At most, transgenders make up three tenths of one percent of the population of the U.S. Yet the rest of the 320,000+ Americans must simply throw away all standards of modesty and decency developed through thousands of years of human history in order to accommodate LGBT activists? In what part of hell does that make any sense, on any level?Read more ›
The totalitarian temptation is proving too much for the left across America. Daniel Flynn, in his book A Conservative History of the American Left, contrasted the “Freedom Left”, the benign old-fashioned liberals, versus the “Force Left”, the descendants of Marx that malignantly oppose fundamental rights in pursuit of their radical aims.Read more ›
Whenever I encounter an online discussion about a big, contentious issue — especially Christianity vs. atheism or creationism vs. evolutionism — there are certain things I know I will see. Specifically, I know what kinds of things will be said by those taking the anti-Christian side.Read more ›
America remains the last best hope for freedom in the world, as the primary winds toward a close, let’s hope that the GOP candidates remind voters of why this is true. They have the bully pulpit and failure to use it to defend freedom and the American dream is simply inexcusable.Read more ›
In 1991, President George H.W. Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, then a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and former chairman of the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission, to replace Thurgood Marshall on the U.S. Supreme Court. The rest, as they say, is history.Read more ›